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  1. Day 31! It's been on our minds, if not for the whole 30 days...definitely for the last week. Over the last 30 days we found comfort in knowing what foods were "allowed". Many of us felt huge change in our lives. We liked how we felt. I lost over 9 lb, was able to stop 4 different medications, I've been able to workout longer & harder than I have in many years. I completed my Whole30 like a champ! So now I can eat "anything", or can I? I decided I liked the guidance, so started with the sample fast track reintroduction -found here on the website http://whole30.com/step-two-finished/ I started with peanut butter on a paleo wrap. I love peanut butter. Been eating it for years! Within an hour, I was horribly congested, sore throat, and miserable. Won't even go into the digestive issues... so peanut butter quickly went to the "it's not worth it" pile. I'm anxious to hear about other's adventures with foods being reintroduced. What are your "not worth it" foods? Were they things you enjoyed previously? Are you replacing them with something more compliant? I'd love to hear stories of everyone's bike ride!
  2. Hello Everyone! I finished my first whole 30 on April 24 of this year and I've been battling digestive issues ever since. After my whole 30 ended I began reintroduction of grains and dairy in small amounts. Two weeks passed and I felt completely fine. Then suddenly I began getting extremely ill immediately after eating. At first I had severe pain in my upper middle abdomen, nausea, acid reflux, and vomiting for about three weeks. At one point I even went to urgent care because the pain was so severe I was afraid I had been poisoned or something. Now I'm experiencing bloating, cramps in the lover abdomen, and diarrhea. It doesn't matter what I eat. Everything is making me sick. I've been reading on here that other people have had similar experiences. I'm hoping that someone who has had this can tell me how long it took for your digestive system to get back on track? Any comments or suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks so much!
  3. Hi, this is a little embarrassing but I'm stumped and looking for help. I completed Whole30 in June and ever since coming off it my GI system is totally off. It seems like everything I eat causes horrible bloating and gas. I understand this is likely my body's a reaction to eating "bad" foods again, but what I don't understand is why these foods have this effect on me now, when they didn't before? Any insight is greatly appreciated. PS I will admit I did not reintroduce properly, which is why I will be repeating the program in August...but the idea of not being able to enjoy foods I really enjoyed before (like pizza) makes me wonder if I should actually do it.
  4. Hey everyone! TOday is Day 31 of my Whole30 and I did like most people did, and splurged a little today (and who wouldn't with it being the day before Thanksgiving?). Prior to today I had made plans to continue with a paleo style diet after I finished my 40 days. Needless to say, after feeling just icky after indulging in a potato and egg and bacon and egg breakfast tacos and a chocolate chip m&m cookie I decided that I do indeed need to continue on with something paleo related. I will try to work on the reintroduction as outlined in ISWF (after Thanksgiving....), but thinking ahead...do any of you have any tips on transitioning into a paleo diet after your Whole30? What types of things did you add to your diet? Not even touch? How did it go? I tried to google search this and also checked the forum, but most of the things i find are people who already ate paleo and then tried a whole30. Thanks y'all and have a great long weekend!
  5. On day 26 of our first Whole30. I've been saving all of our grocery receipts to add up how much doing Whole30 has cost. I was shocked!!! We try to budget well and usually tend to keep our weekly budget around $125-150. The average that we spent in weeks 1-3 was $227.35!!! For a family of 3, one of us being a toddler, that is a ridiculous amount. We'd love to keep eating this way, at least 90% of the time once we're past day 30. How do you make it work? How do you keep costs down? Sidenote: We aren't really buying anything packaged. The amount doesn't even include our herd share of grassfed raw milk we have each month that we are trading for pastured eggs! We generally are buying lots of meat, produce, pumpkin seeds, spices, olive oil, and occasionally canned goods or beverages like La Croix.
  6. Hello all I'm almost a year out from my first Whole30. I had tremendous results and have not strayed very far from the original plan. To date, no breads, no pasta, no dairy; on very rare occasions I will have a decadent desert (if it is really worth it). Many positive results that have been maintained including, weight, body composition, energy, digestive tract, cholesterol, general inflammation and athletic performance, The one potential "no-no" that I have allowed myself is a couple of squares of 90% Dark Chocolate on a nightly basis. My only other source of regular sugar (to my knowledge) is from fruit. Is this something that needs to be addressed or is this an acceptable indulgance? Thanks
  7. DanielleM

    Thai...help?

    Hi All, I just finished my 30 days yesterday. I have lunch plans on Friday. We're going to a thai place. I haven't began the reintroduction phase, and I'm concerned with my choices here. Can anyone give me some advice since I don't know how I will react? Or should I throw caution to the wind and simply order the best thing I can? http://www.thaielephantaz.com/#!menu/c117t
  8. So I successfully completed my first W30 (yay me!!) but now I'm scared to death to go off track! I just don't like these constant feelings of guilt and analyzing that goes along w/eating a "bad" food - I keep thinking that THIS cant be a healthy relationship w/food either :/ I was mostly paleo before w30 so there are not too many food groups I'm interested in welcoming back into my diet, but I guess it all boils down to: should I eat that darn Reese's Peanut Butter egg or not??!! LOL... They were always my absolute fave at Easter but I'm afraid ill go off the rails by having one How does everyone else deal w/being OK w/yourself by eating off plan occasionally? Just trying to find a happy/no pressure/ no stress relationship w/food (for the first time ever) Thanks!!
  9. Folks, I am on Day 26 (!!) of my first Whole30 ever. Brass tax then details: Day 31, I want to plan an off-plan (ha) mini-indulgence; a flute of champagne and something decadent (though I'm hesitant to make that "something" a sugary or dairy thing...I don't know what that leaves me...pizza? breaded quiche?). My reasoning is that more than anything else, this Whole30 has been focused on the conscious, purposeful eating part of the plan (I own food! It doesn't own me!). This is a huge step for me in my life, I feel very empowered and confident in my ability to treat my body well and live a healthy life. So instead of extending my Whole30 days blindly, always wondering which "special" food or event will warrant off-tracking and so causing quite a bit of anxiety, I want to give myself the darn thing with a plan I made on purpose, know that it's OK, then move forward with the true Whole30 off-roading (ie. waiting for special events/purposeful reasoning to eat non-compliant food). I'd love to hear your thoughts. Is this weak? Totally ignoring the "purpose" of my Whole30 and subsequent well fed lifestyle? Also, has anyone done this sort of initial celebration planning? Thanks for listening, please share share share!